Services include Intensive In-Community (IIC), Behavioral Assistance (BA), and Bio Psychosocial Assessments. CSOC Medicaid Provider
Experienced counselor with history of working in the individual and family services industry. Skilled in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Mindfulness, Group Therapy, Social Services, and Crisis Intervention. Strong community and social services professional with Ed. focused in Counseling from the College of New Jersey.
The Family Guidance Center of Warren County is dedicated to improving the quality of life of children and adults affected by problems related to mental illness, substance abuse, family conflict or emotional adjustment.
If you're feeling stressed out, call the Family Helpline and work through your frustrations before a crisis occurs. You'll speak to sensitive, trained volunteers of Parents Anonymous who provide empathic listening about parenting and refer you to resources in your community.
Family Home Care Services is providing services to the children between the ages of 5 to 21 with mental and developmental disorders. Our owner passionately leads the team with a kind heart and an open mind to ensure that every child gets the opportunity to thrive in a social environment.
Our mission is to end homelessness, by mobilizing the community to guide homeless families and individuals to self-sufficiency and permanent housing, with compassionate care, services and professional support.
The Warren County Interfaith Hospitality Network (WCIHN) is a community initiative addressing the needs of homeless families and children.
FRN is a comprehensive family-focused umbrella of organizations designed to provide community-based programs and services to individuals and families with a variety of disabilities and chronic conditions through our three affiliate organizations: Autism Family Services of New Jersey, Caregivers of New Jersey, and Epilepsy Services of New Jersey.
The Family Support Center (FSCNJ) was established in 1994 to provide information and referral on family support programs and services to families caring for a child with a disability, medical condition, rare disorder or other special needs. FSCNJ responds to the needs of families who are experiencing emotional distress and feelings of isolation, lack of information surrounding their child’s development and the services available to them.
The Family Support Organization of Hunterdon, Somerset and Warren Counties is a partner within New Jersey's Division of Children's System of Care. This system was created to help children with complex emotional, mental health or behavioral issues
Family Therapy and Consultation Services (FTxCS) and United Family Services (UFS) provide assessment, individual and family therapy, and behavior assistance services in the Southern Region Counties of New Jersey. Services are provided in the homes of youth and families through a referral from the NJ Children’s Behavioral Health System of Care.
Our agency philosophy stems from the premise that every individual and family has strengths and capabilities that can and should be developed.
Nationwide prescription savings program
We offer six weeks of one- and two-week sessions highlighting STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) that allow families to to customize their children's camp time with family summer plans.
Feelings and Friends social skills group is a group for children with a variety of special needs including communication impairments, downs syndrome, and autism. The group is run by two licensed special education teachers. Nicole Rasavage M.A. BCBA and DeeAnnah Ghazarian M.A., both have extensive teaching experience with a variety of populations.
We are a non-denominational church founded in the 1930s, whose mission is to teach the Word of God and equip its members to reach the world with the hope of the Gospel.
Finding Your Individuality (FYI) was developed with the goal to identify, address, support, advocate and advance the individual rights of all people across the lifespan with special emphasis on abuse prevention and sexual rights of people with disabilities.
First Children Services offers educational and therapeutic services to youth with social and emotional challenges and/or intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The church and spire of the First Presbyterian Church of Blairstown have been a beacon of faith and outreach for the community since the church was founded in 1840.
To be a worshiping community of disciples for Christ that nurtures, cares, and shares.
The purpose of this organization shall be to meet the human needs for the worthy use of leisure time in Phillipsburg and its vicinity through recreation and education.
Get out of the cold & into the Firth!
Firth Youth Center presents BYO Trike for Kids 2-6 years old.
Free for FYC Members
Snack & Free Play
Mondays 10-11:30 AM
January 15, 22, and 29, and President's Day February 19
Bring your own tricycle or big wheels. Helmet and parent supervision required.
Monday Activities at Firth Youth Center
108 Anderson Street, Phillipsburg, NJ
10-11:30 AM BYO Trike
3-6 PM After School Care
3-5 PM Drop-In (Grades 2-8)
4:30-5 PM Beginners Ballet
5-6 PM Youth Pitching Clinic
6-8 PM High School Drop-In
8-10 PM Adult Hoops
Office Hours: 9 AM - 4 PM
Session II: January 10 - March 28, Every Wednesday 5:00 - 6:30 PM
Private Lessons Available
Fee: $60 for 12 weeks
Team will attend NJ Twirl Association Clinic, Competitions, and Parades
All Ages and Levels Welcome!
For more information about the twirling team, contact FYC or Coach Leslie @ [email protected]
Must be FYC member. Scholarships available.
Fish, Inc. - Dunellen Area, founded in 1969, is a service organization of volunteers who respond with compassion to the needs of the poor, the elderly, the homeless, and those who "fall between the cracks" of public assistance. Fish, Inc. is registered with the Internal Revenue Service as a nonprofit organization.